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in an update to a story we told you about this morning... a dubuque family is out of their home today afqer an early morning fire. firefighters responded to a home at 12-2- rosedale morning. that's just a couple of blocks away from clarke university. crews had the fire mostly out by about 5:45, but some firefighters stayed to put out a few hot spots. we spoke with fire officials us there's a lot it started near a wood-burning fireplace. firefighters say 2 adults, 2 children a dog and a cat all safely escaped the home. the family is staying with friends. investigators are searching for the cause of a mobile home fire that killed three people in montrose in extreme southeast iowa. flames had engulfed the home by the time firefighters arrived monday afternoon. they found three bodies inside the home. anotheheman made it out with severe burns and cuts. first responders took him to a nearby hospital before air lifting him to university of iowa hospitals and clinics.
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charges have been dropped for two men involved in a fight that injured a western iowa principal. mills county prosecutors dropped assault charges against 19- year-old denvnv cook and 21-year-old colton mcdaniel. police say they were involved in a fight outside the home of richard hutchinson, the african american principal at glenwood high school. police say a racial slur led to an attack on hutchinson and his stepson, hurl beechum. they say beechum got away, came back with a gun, and shot mcdaniel in the leg. beechum, a former iowa state university basketball player, is still charged in the case. he faces one count of intimidation with a dangerous weapon. his trial iset to begin next week. mills county prosecutors say they dropped charges on the other two men because they were not responsible for starting the fight. a cedar falls man is behind bars for robbing a first national bank. 26-year-old jon ellingson
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from the bank, changed his clothes, and then police took him into custody. police were first called out at about 1-45 yesterday afternoon to the bank on white tail drive. officers say ellingson did not show a weapon, and they found the stolen money. no one was hurt in the robbery. remember, whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. it manot feel like it, but it's warmer today than it was yesterday. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... scattered flurries this morning are now behind us, leaving with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day.t'll be a whole lot warmer thanesterday with highs well into the 20s. tomorrorowill be warmer yet with highs climbing into the 30s under a partly cloudy sky. there's a chance of light snow friday and late saturday, but at this time snowfall amounts are looking pretty minor. of bigger note will once again be a big plunge in temperatures for the weekend, falling into the single digits on saturday and barely getting above zero on sunday.today: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo:: 28 dbq: 25 iow: 30
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10 unitt states sailors captured in iran was peaceful and efficient. the sailors were captured after a mechanical failure in their boat caused them to drift into iranian territorial waters. they were detained at an iranian base in the persian gulf until this morning. the white house says new lines of communication with iran established during nuclear negotiations played an important role in the release. belgian investigators say they've identified three homes connected to the people who attacked paris last year. 130 peoe died in a series
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authorities say the suspected attackers used fake names to rent two apartments and a house near brusss. belgium's prosecutor says one of the apartments was used to make suicide belts.s. president obama didn't shy away from his opinions on the 20-16 election during his final state of the union address. he touched on a lot of issues from his 7 years in office and the issues that will face the nation after november's election. abc's bazi kanani reports. in his final state of the union address, president obama highlighted his accomplishme nts and pushed back against his critics. sot - potus anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction he acknowledge d that americans feel anxious about the threat of terrorism but had a warning for isis. sot - potus if you doubt america's commitment?-?or mine?-?to see that justice is done, ask osama bin laden. and with the country in the process of picking his successor, the president
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aimed at donald trump. sot - potus we need to reject any politics that targets people because of race or religion. gov. nikki haley of south carolina, who gave the republican response, also spoke about the tone of the 2016 campaign. sot haley during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. as he prepares to become in his words just another citizen, president obama expressed regret that the political divide has become greater during his time in office. sot - potus if we want a better american people now, it's not enough to just change a congressman or a senator or even a change the system to reflect our better selves. tag: and he will be spking directly to american people in person ?travelling today to nebraska and louisiana to talk more about his goals for
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former florida governor jeb bush was in urbandale this morning. he spoke at a breakfast with the westside conservative club. bush was once a top contender in the race, but has fallen to the middle of the pack in recent months. he commted on last night's state of the union, saying the esident's comments are dividing the nation. " we need a president that will try to find common ground with people and forge consensus, and stand on principle but never as the first impulse, divide us. the front running candidate for the republican nomination has this same tendency. he does.. " several other candidates are stopping across the state today. former nnsylvania senator rick santorum will be in des moines while former arkansas governor mike huckabee has a stop scheduled in davenport. a new poll shows republicans across the country are changing their opinions about the gop candidates. an abc news- washington post poll released this morning shows donald trump is falling favorability while ted
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trump fell from 6969ercent in novovber to 57 percent this month. cruz us up to 60 percent from 53. florida senator maco rubio has stayed the same at 58 percent. donald trump and jeb bush both dropped 12 percent in favorability between november and now. chris christie is on the incline since his favorability was last polled in may. he's up nearly 20 points since last spring. on the democratic side, vermont senator bernie sanders has taken the lead in iowa. a quinnipiac university poll released yesterday percent lead margin of error of 4 point 4 percent. the director of the loras poll says there are a lot of factors that can make results vary from poll to poll. the college starts a new poll for the 20-16 election today. coming up in our next half hour, we'll explain the results. someone in the united states could be come one of the richest people in the world after tonight.
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shattering powerball jackpot will be drawn tonight. after no one bought the winning ticket on saturday, the jackpot skyrocketed up to 1 point 5 billion dollars. the odds of winning are 292 million to one. if you're hunting for that golden glow to get you through you to be careful. doctors at mercy medical center in cedar rapids are warning teens about the dangers of tanning as prom season approaches. meteorologist justin gehrts up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. scattered flurries this morning
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leaving with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day. it'll be a whole lot warmer than yesterday tomorrow will be warmer yet with highs climbing into the 30s under a partly cloudy sky. there's a chance of light snow friday and late saturday, but at this time snowfall amounts are looking pretty minor. of bigger plunge in temperatures for the weekend, falling into the single digititon saturday and barely getting above zero on sunday.today: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: : 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 25 iow: 30 tonight: partly cloudy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21
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high: 36-42 winds: s 5-15 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 40 tomorrow night: chance of light mix low: 24-30 winds: s 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 29 friday: chance of light snow high: 32 - low: 27 saturday: chance of light snow late high: 9 - low: 9 sunday: sunny and cold high: 1 - low: -5 monday: chance of snow late high: 9 - low: -8 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 20 - low: 4 wednesday: partly cloudy high:
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400-thousand. doctors say indoor tanning causes that many cases of skin cancer each year. mercy in cedar rapids is trying to combat that number by reaching out to teens. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders tells us how. are your kids get ready for prom 2016? if they're thinking about indoor tanning, a hospital here in cedar rapids is asking you to think again. did you know that indoor tanning is the same amount of carcinogens as a cigarette smoking or exposure to asbestos. it gets worse from there. "according to the data, those that start tanning before the age of 35 increase their chances of getting skin cancer by 59%"dr. vincent reid will be talking more about his concerns at an upcoming event on sunday, here
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inside the hall-perrine cancer center on the mercy campus. another speaker, a woman diagnosed with melanoma. "back in 2009, my dermatologist found a spot on the back that she that i needed to remove.when i was in school i was tanning all the time. i just really want to stress to the younger girls, what your doing today can have an impact later in life. i wish that i would've done things different" the free event is sunday.it's more than just talk about skin cancer. there will be beauty tips. a fashion show. a whole lot more. want to show up? give the number on your screen a buzz. in cedar rapids, forrest saunders,
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warren county health officials are investigating a rash of mumps cases. seven students at indianola high school have come down with the mumps in t past month. 5 were vaccinated. the lab confirmed 4 cases right before christmas break. 3 similar illnesses have also surfaced. the school is now asking facty and students to disinfect common areas several times s day. right now, it's not considered an outbreak. "i would say that we are at a series of cases right now, based population " all students are now required mumps and rubella, or mmr, vaccine. the school has notified parents of the developments. the u-s-d-a's crop production report is out. in today's agribusiness report, an analyst
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and how it will affect iowa farmers. "it's a very unusual event to
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"it's a very unusual event to have the magnitude of rainfall and the intensity of rainfall that we received this past december. november and december this last year were very warm.. and very wet for winter.. good afternoon.. this is the agribusiness report.. i'm david geiger. for farmers.. one of the biggest challenges is planning for the weather.. or rather.. being able to deal with whatever weather comes your way.. which can be difficult when trying to stop nutrients from leaving a field.. the department of agronomy at iowa state university says fall application of nutrients should be done after the ground has dropped below 50 degrees.. at that temperature.. the biological process of converting ammonium nitrogen.. to nitrates.. called nitrification... is
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but this year.. after soils got to that temperature.. they warmed again.. if nitrogen is in the soil as ammonium.. then wet conditions won't move much.. if any of i.. but if it gets converted.. water can take it away.. but that doesn't mean applied nitrogen was lost this winter.. "even though they were thawed an not frozen, the soils were cold. denitrification would not be going on because it's a biological process so compared to a summer or springtime event t en soils were warm, we would not have expected denitrification losses, but we could have had leeching losing nitrogen by water going down through the soil.. is different from runoff.. when water runs on top of the soil.. does not lose much nitrogen.. however.. it does create erosion problems.. and causes phosphorous concerns.. while there isn't much landowners can do to change the weather.. the department of agronomyoes have guidelines for safer times to apply nutrients..
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sawyer says only earlier fall applications could have lost out on nutrients.. but even then.. producers shouldn't assume their fertilizer is gone.. "producers should wait and see how thihis go in the spring use some testing in the spring. perhaps decide on how those applications are performing and not just make a quick decision to apply more nitrogen. i think we'd rather see them waiting and see how the springtime goes." fall application is an important tool to farmers.. who have limited time and resources while planting in the spring.. or have too steep of hills to apply fertilizer during the growing season. ---- the long awaited crop production report from the u-s-d-a is out today.. u-s corn and bean production are both estimated to go down.. analyst alan brugler gave me the rundown on what's going on in the grains.. particularly how the wheat market got a bump. "we're getting a nice little bulsh pop h he the usda gave us a little bit to work with. and we were fairly oversold technically in some of these
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interday basis or on a daily chart basis." "so a little short covering going on. particularly in the wheat you're seeing that. the report was bearish other than the winter wheat seedings number down 7 percent from last year and 14 peent from two years ago. so that's a dramatic drop in u.s. wheat production potential for 2016 and i think that's what the market's reacting to." "that transfers into corn to a degree. corn numbers were fairly friendly themselves. the usda did give us a higher ending stocks figure 1.8 billion bushels." " but we saw a little smaller dec 1 inventory than expected and they did cut e final average yield in u.s. production." ---- and that wraps up our show for the day.. thanks for joining us.. i'll see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.44 oc std. chip cards are meant to protect you.
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compromise your security if you're not careful. the bbb has a scam to warn you about as you change cards. we'll have that next on tv9. banks are issuing new cards
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banks are issuing new cards
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chips for your security. but scammers see the switch as an opportunity. barbara green with the better business bureau is here today. the kicker of this, is that the chips are supposed to protect you from fraud... how does it work? what can you do? many banks are issuing new debit and credit cards with an embedded chip for additional security. the new chips are meant to reduce fraud, but the hype around the new cards is having an unintended side effect - fodder for scams. you receive an email saying that your new credit or debit card with the chip is on the way. but first, you need to update your account. the message seems to be from your bank or credit card issuer. it may have the company'y'logo and even the reply email address. all you need to do, claims the message, is reply and confirm you personal and banking information. or, in another version, the message instructs you to click on the link to complete the process. don't do it! if you share personal information, the scammer can use it to commit
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if you click on the link, you may download malware to your device. scammers use malware to steal your personal infomation, send spam
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the odds of winning are slim... but tickets are flying out the door as iowans hope to win more than a billion in tonight's powerball drawing. and exhibits with a world famous museum will be available to iowans, without
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ten u-s sailors are safe today after a scary situation off the coast of iran. it all started when their boat drifted into iranian territory. republicans are reacting to president obama's final state of the union address. that includes iowa senator chuck grassley. and it's closing time for two bars as the city of hiawatha plans some major road construction. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday.
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this midday, we're working to get more information on a possible stabbing in cedar rapids. police were at saint luke's hospital in cedar rapids this morning. a tv9 crew saw three squad cars outside the emergency room entrance. public safety coordinator greg buelow says someone walked into the hosptial this morning. he says the incident did not happen at the hospital. stay with tv9 for any updates. no one was injured when an early morning fire damaged a dubuque home today. firefighters responded to a home at 1220 rosedale avenue sometime before 5:00 this morning. crews had the fire mostly extinguished by about 5:45, but some firefighters stayed on scene after that to put out a fe hot spots. fire officials say the fire started in the area of wood-burning fireplace. the back of the home sustained extensive damage. firefighters say 2 adults, 2 children a dog and a cat all safely escaped the home after the fire started. part of highway 6 in tiffin is back open this
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people to the hospital after a crash this morning in johnson county. the iowa state patrol responded to the highway's intersection with half moon avenue around 6:45. a viewer sent us this photo of the crash on facebook. you can see several cars were backed up at the site of the crash. the iowa state patrol says 30-year-old jason morton of iowa city rear-ended a car, lost control, and then crashed into a third vehicle. ambulances took morton and the driver of one of the other vehicles to uihc. authorities have not released their conditions. remember, whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin...
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leaving with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day. it'll be a whole lot warmer than yesterday with highs well into the 20s. tomorrow will be warmer yet with highs climbing into the 30s under a partly cloudy sky. there's a chance of light snow friday and late saturday, but at this time snowfall amounts are looking pretty minor. of bigger note will once again be a big plunge in temperatures for the weekend, falling into the single digits on saturday and barely getting above zero on sunday.today: partly cloudy high: -32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 25 iow: 30 today ten u-s sailors are safe after iran held them for several hours overnight. a mechanical failure caused the sailors' boat to drift into iranian territory yesterdayay afternoon. abc's karla barguiarena has more. announced first on iranian t-v these pictures released by the same- show the u-s
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kerry: " i also want to thank the iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response." the sailors are seen on the floor of the same boats in which they were seized. the one female sailor wearing a head covering required in iran. kerry: these are situations as everybody knows, having the ability if not properly guided to gettut of control. i am appreciative for the quick, appropriate response for the iranian authorities. the crisis began on tuesday after the sailors two small boats allegedly drifted into iranian waters. they were transitioning from kuwait to bah-rain when the iranians say the navigation equipment on one of the boats failed ?resulting in what they called "an intrusion." these photos circulating on twitter by an iranian government news service show the moments when the sailors were in custody, their arms up and their firearms out on display. the navy saying there are no indications any of the
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the quick resololion diffused what could have been an international crisis. in just days iran is expected to meet the terms of the nuclear deal made last summer with world powers... which would result in $100 billion worth of sanctions lifted. karla barguiarena, abc news, new york. today politicians across the country are reacting to president obama's final state of the union address. the president spoke to a crowded room in washington last night. h h touched on a lot of issues from his 7 years in office and the issues that will face the nation after november's election. last night, iowa senator chuck grassley responded to the president comments. he says he wanteteto hear more rom the president about the sate of the u-s economy. "particularly, on economic security, i think in terms of that we have the slowest growth coming out of this recession of any recession since wwii,
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we normally would have 3 percent growth. and if we had 3 percent growth, we'd have a lot more people working. " senator grassley also says he would have liked to hear more from the president on national security. political polls help candidates gauge their support, and they give the public an educated guess of which way an election may go. but sometimes, polls contradict each other. for example, the wall street journal, n-b-c and marist released polls over the weekend that put hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a statistical tie in iowa. then yesterday, quinnipiac university released a poll of likely iowa democratic caucus goers. it found sanders ahead of clinton. the director of the loras poll says there are a lot of factors that make results vary from poll to poll. it's the way pollsters define certain words, who they talk to, and how they reach those people. students
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college are studying the caucuses and working on the loras poll. the students crafted the questions for the next loras poll. pollsters will begin making calls to iowa voters starting today. "for democracy to work and function. i don't think voters should sit back and say, the polls have told me who is going to win but rather to say here is whwh my fellow citizens are thinking at this time. " the results of the loras poll will be released next week. that will be the last loras poll before the february 1st caucuses. a city project is forcing two hiawatha bars to close because it wants to move an intersection. the work would be on north center point road, where robins road and emmons street meet. but the project would mean putting part of that intersection exactly where pour sports and papa's sports bar sit right now. the city tried to acquire the land through an agent. joe zoll owns both bars and refused to give up the land. so, the city was forced to
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domain. zoll sued the city for illegal condemnation, and lost. 34:13 "i'm lucky i have an understanding wife and partners here that believe that i was fighting for them, not just for myself."" the city says the intersection is dangerous. a lot of traffic comes through the area and larger vehicles can't make the sharp right turn.n.owa code requires the city to help businesses acquired by condemnation to relocate and re- establish. 19:49 "we would love to have both bars stay in hiawatha we have the ability to help them relocate." zoll says now he wants to move out of hiawatha, but doesn't know where to go. the city has not set a date for the bars to close. the dubuque museum of art is the newest affiliate of the world renowned smithsonian institution. the partnership will let the museum display artifacts and traveling exhibitions from the smithsonian. that includes work by famous eastern iowa artist grant wood.
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advantage of the smithsonian's education and outreach programs. "15:31:20 the smithsonian is the nation's museum and has over 130 million o oects which is just amazing. this program was started to get those artifacts out because they just can't show all of those. " dubuque now has two smithsonian affiliates. the other one is the national mississippi river museum and aquarium. tonight, someone in the united states could be hundreds of millions of dollars ririer. the record-breaking powerball jackpot skied to one and a half billion dollars after no one won on saturday. while winning the jackpot would be life-changing, some financial experts say it can have some negatives. kcrg t-v nine's brady smith looked into the pros and cons. powerball ticket machines like this one at hawkeye convenience have been hot. bob huber of solon bought five, and knows how
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15:10-:13 "pay off the mortgage first probably."15:18-:21 "new truck, nice vacation, probably go to australia or something." but jeff johnston says the first thing you should do is form a legal team to help invest and manage the money. :40-:44 "a lawyer, a tax preparer, and a wealth manager."it sounds like the start of a joke...but johnston says winning it all would be no laughing matter. 6:40-:42 "i think that much money could almost destroy your life." at the time he ran the numbers for the rouggly 1.5 billion dollar payout: :58-1:03 "the lump sum's about 600 million you would get after taxes." 1:04-:08 "the annuity payment comes up to be about 30 million every year for 30 years." he recommends after deciding on the lump sum or the annuity, to go through a "cooling off" period. 2:46-:53 "don't make any big financial decisions, because you're going to be tempted by a lot of people to open up that restaurant, to buy into some investment venture." while the odds of winning it all are astronomical, your chances of blowing through it are quite a bit higher. 1:13-:17 "70 percent of lottery winners, professional athletes, go broke within five years." and even if the fortune is well-managed, you'd need extra security. 6:10-:18 "you'd probably want to a personal bodyguard or have somebody drive you around, because think
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rear-end somebody and they just found you won the powerball." in other words: "mo rapids, brady smith, kcrg tv9 news. by this time tomorrow, we'll know who's up for an oscar this year. and fans who happen to be fellow david bowie. meteorologist justin gehrts up in your first alert forecast.
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leaving with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day. it'll be a whole lot warmer than yesterday with highs well into the 20s. tomorrow will be warmer yet with highs climbing into the 30s under a partly cloudy sky. there's a chance of light snow friday and late saturday, but at this time snowfall amounts are looking pretty minor. of bigger note will once again be a big plunge in temperatures for the weekend,
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the single digits on saturday and barely getting above zero on sunday.today: partly cloudy high: 2 232 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 25 iow: 30 tonight: partly cloudy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 36-42 winds: s 5-15 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 40 tomorrow night: chance of light mix low: 24-30 winds: s 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 29 friday: chance of light snow high: 32 - low: 27 saturday: chance of light snow late high: 9 - low: 9 sunday: sunny and cold high: 1 - low: -5 monday: chance of snow late high: 9 - low: -8 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 20
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cloudy high: 30 - low: 16
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hollywood is ready to find out this year's nominees for dhe oscars. and the host of the show is now appearing in ads for the academy awards. abc's lauren lyster has today's showbiz wrap. the nominations aren't even out yet? natsot - "let's do this!" but chris rock is ready to host hollywood's biggest night. the comedian stepping up to his hosting duties for the 88th academy awards next month. the ad campaign debuted featuring previous winners like jaime foxx and meryl streep? with the phrase - "we all dream in gold." sylvester stallone has oscar on his mind? sot - sylvester stallone / actor, "creed" "i couldn't be happier right now. i understand if it doesn't happen - but the idea?. it's almost like a rocky story!" the man who plays "rocky balboa" picked up his first golden globe sunday, for best supporting actor in "creed"? the seventh movie in the rocky franchise. academy award nominations come out tomorrow morning.the oscars are right here on abc sunday, february 28th. and the memorials keep growing for david bowie? tributes from the hollywood walk of fame - to london, germany and australia? as the world mourns the rocker, who died
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actor benicio del toro, who worked with bowie in the film "basquiat" talked about the singer's talent on- screen. aptn-0700 - us del toro bowie @ 02.08.20 sot - benicio del toro / actor "he was one of the few rockers who could really act. on the music front - bowie is heading for his first number one album on billboard's top 200. the singer released "blackstar" just two days before he died. if it happens, it would be the first album to bump adele's smash hit "25" out of the number one spot. and that's what's happening in hollywood, im lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. our expert of the day is next here at midday. if you have a question for
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call us now at 319-368-8606.
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veterinarian david graeff joins us today... david graeff, thanks for being
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coming up tomorrow, our financial expert will tell us how to fit a big trip or other expense into our budget in 2016. stay with your 24 hour
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back to our top story this midday. no one was injured when an early
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damaged a dubuque home today. firefighters responded to a home at 1220 rosedale avenue sometime before 5:00 this morning. fire officials say the back of the home sustained extensive damage. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. scattered flurries this morning are now behind us, leaving with a partly cloudy sky for the rest of the day. it'll be a whole lot warmer than yesterday with highs well into the 20s. tomorrow will be warmer yet with highs climbing into the 30s under a partly cloudy sky. there's a light snow friday and late saturday, but at this looking pretty minor. of bigger note will once again be a big plunge in temperatures for the weekend, falling into the single digits above zero on sunday.today: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 25 iow: 30 tonight: partly cloudy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24 36-42 winds: s 5-15 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 40 tomorrow night: chance of light mix low: 24-30 winds: s 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 29 friday: chance of light snw high: 32 - low: 27 saturday: chance of light snow late high: 9 - low: 9 sunday: sunny and cold high: 1 - low: -5
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